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The classic short trip from Osh to Dushanbe in 5 days will be done all popular touristic places, amazing landscapes.
Osh international airport
Discover your Tajikistan in 5 days travel from East Pamir to Dushanbe.
Max elevation: 4200m
Min elevation: 600m.
Trip duration: 5 days 4 nights.
Crossing the Tajik border via Kuzulart pass 4280m. around the way amazing scenery to peak Lenin. Lunch time in Sarytash village. Overnight in Karakul village there is biggest salt lake in Tajikistan.
Karakul-Alichur. The way round Murghab capital of East Pamir. Stop for short city tour in Murghab and lunch time. After lunch leave Murghab.
The times of the A.Macedonian architectural constructions, overnight in the guest house. Also will be visited Yamchun hotspring and a large Fortress in Pamir.On the way visit the thermal spring “Fotima Zuhro”, visit the fortresses of
An unforgettable trip to the capital of Pamir. Visit Ismaili community and spend at night there. Stop for lunch in Khorog and arrive Rushan village from Khorog 2hours driving.
Early morning leave Rushan to go to Dushanbe. The lunch in Kalai-Khumb village, the last district of GBAO. The road along the Pyanj River on the border with Afghanistan.The city of Dushanbe on the road Shurabad pass, lunch in the city of Kulyab. The fortress of Khulbuk. Overnight at hotel in the city center.
On the way, lunch in Vanj village arrive to Dushanbe at 19:00pm
We really enjoyed our 8-day trip on the Pamir Highway with Umar. Our driver and guide Omurbek was patient and responsive to our requests. When traveling with two teens on a trip that lasts over a week, his incredible patience and relaxed approach was really important to us. His Mitsubishi Pajero was in good shape and reliable so he had no trouble tackling the winding roads and steep inclines. Though we rarely hire a driver–preferring public transport or the flexibility of making our own itinerary–we were very happy with the choice to have a driver in the Pamir Highway. The area was exceedingly remote, the roads were extremely rough, and guesthouse locations were not always clearly marked. This would be a terrible place to breakdown. Much of the infrequent passing traffic was other cars full with tourists, so hitchhiking would be difficult. The accommodations Omurbek took us to were friendly, local and authentic. One night we stayed in a yurt and another night we stayed at Omurbek’s guesthouse where we met his wife and kids. We also stayed in a very modern apartment in Dushanbe with a pleasant woman we enjoyed talking with. Keep in mind that on many of the stops along the Pamir Highway, the homes and villages are rural with more basic facilities. Still, the food at every place was always plentiful and delicious. We could never eat it all. We also had clean bedding, though we brought our own sheet sacks and used them occasionally. We had plenty of blankets at night and were never cold at night during our July trip. We were glad we had warm coats in some of the higher elevations during the day. Many of the bathing rooms had water heated by a wood fire for washing. We also found it useful to have our small solar powered lantern. Water was included in the tour price, but we brought a few very large 10 liter jugs of drinking water with us and found this useful and a more environmentally friendly option.